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# 66344 17-Aug-2010 14:28
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Hi all,
For sale,
1x 7 inch touch screen tablet as flogged on trademe and overseas.

Will run (and i'll give you the choice, i'll preload before you take ownership) the Google Android based Eken software (latest at 1.9, check the forums) or my preference (as its more useable, but less to "play" with, Windows CE embedded v6.00 build 3122 with patches, registry tweaks to make it a usful tablet.

Has the usual WIFI connectivity, touchscreen, AC adapator, USB cable (sees the SD card as a drive), 2GB on board, with SD card slot to expand. Microphone, speaker, and still has the plastic protective sheet

specs below:

$170 and its yours, pickup in CHC city or post at your cost.

great to teachyourself about android etc, i'm going to get another Android phone for play with(i work for a mobile company ;O)


Picture:
https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog9ad63dc6535f2f49735d11559dbe148d.jpg

CPU VIA MW8505(600MHZ)
Operating System Google Android OS 1.6(support office ,MSN ,Youtube, skype,media, photo, PDF reader, E-mail , Internet Browser etc.) Media Format: MP3,WMA,WMV,AVI,JPG etc. or Windows CE 6.00 (you choose)

Memory 128MB DDR2 800MHZ
Storage Device 2GB Flash HDD
Support wifi 802.11b/g
Touch screen keyboard
LCD Screen 7" 16:9 touch screen, 800*480 pixels, high brightness TFT
Automatic screen rotation: Four direction rotate screen (android)
SD card slot supports up to 32G SDHC
Sound Effect: Build-in stereo speaker and built-in microphone, with earphone jack
Battery 2 Core: 1800MAH

Accessories:
1 x NZ Stand Wall charger
1 x user's manual
1 x usb cable



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  # 369556 18-Aug-2010 21:21
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Could you upload a few pictures?




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